There's a new queen in country music.
Noting recent snow in Las Vegas, where the awards were held in a live, performance-heavy broadcast, McEntire quipped "it was so cold it froze us women out of entertainer of the year".
Reba McEntire, 64, stole the show at the 54th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7 at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas, when she arrived on the red carpet wearing a sleeveless maroon fringe dress. "If I say something, will you leave, please?"
"Please - can you leave me alone please?" the Pistol Annie singer told Inside Edition.
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ET's Nancy O'Dell caught up with Morris on the red carpet of the 2019 ACM Awards, where she talked up about her whirlwind month since releasing her new album, GIRL, and the possibility of writing new music with the country music legend.
Musgraves' critically acclaimed "Golden Hour" also won best country album at the Grammys in February.
Male artist of the year went to Thomas Rhett.
Metz shared a photo from her performance to her Instagram and thanked all the women who sang the song with her.
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The 64-year-old's uplifting performance was surely a triumphant one, as the legendary vocalist's recent battle with a strep throat caused her to delay multiple concert dates last month. Musgraves is the first artist to win the Grammy, ACM Award, and CMA Award for Album Of The Year since Taylor Swift in 2010.
The ACMAs will once again feature "ACM Flashbacks", honoring classic country music hits and the artists whose music continues to influence musicians and fans alike.
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